EconomicIndicators - Economic Indicators By Ryan Barnes

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Economic Indicators By Ryan Barnes http://www.investopedia.com/university/releases/default.asp Thanks very much for downloading the printable version of this tutorial. As always, we welcome any feedback or suggestions. http://www.investopedia.com/contact.aspx Table of Contents 1) Economic Indicators: Overview 2) Economic Indicators: Beige Books 3) Economic Indicators: Business Outlook Survey 4) Economic Indicators: Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) 5) Economic Indicators: Consumer Credit Report 6) Economic Indicators: Consumer Price Index (CPI) 7) Economic Indicators: Durable Goods Report 8) Economic Indicators: Employee Cost Index 9) Economic Indicators: Employee Situation Report 10) Economic Indicators: Existing Home Sales 11) Economic Indicators: Factory Orders Report 12) Economic Indicators: Gross Domestic Product (GDP) 13) Economic Indicators: Housing Starts 14) Economic Indicators: Industrial Production 15) Economic Indicators: Jobless Claims Report 16) Economic Indicators: Money Supply 17) Economic Indicators: Mutual Fund Flows 18) Economic Indicators: Non-Manufacturing Report 19) Economic Indicators: Personal Income and Outlays 20) Economic Indicators: Producer Price Index (PPI) 21) Economic Indicators: Productivity Report 22) Economic Indicators: Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) 23) Economic Indicators: Retail Sales Report 24) Economic Indicators: Trade Balance Report 25) Economic Indicators: Wholesale Trade Report (Page 1 of 54) Copyright © 2007, Investopedia ULC - All rights reserved.
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Investopedia.com – Your Source For Investing Education. Overview Every week there are dozens of economic surveys and indicators released. In the past, experienced professionals and economists have had an advantage in receiving this data in a timely fashion. Fortunately, the emergence of the internet has changed this situation by giving everyone access. Economic indicators can have a huge impact on the market; therefore, knowing how to interpret and analyze them is important for all investors. In this tutorial, we'll cover some of the most important economic indicators. You'll learn where to find them, how to read them and what they can tell you about he health of the economy - and your investments. Beige Book Release Date: Two Wednesdays before every Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting, 8 times per year Release Time: 2:15pm Eastern Standard Time Coverage: Anecdotal and discussion-based summaries of regional economic activity Released By: Federal Reserve Board ; National summary authored by rotating Fed district Latest Release: http://www.federalreserve.gov/FOMC/BeigeBook/2007/ Background Made public in 1983, the Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions by Federal Reserve District , or Beige Book , as it is known, has a different style and tone than many other indicators. Rather than being filled with raw data, the Beige Book takes a more conversational approach. The book has
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